Ngwane V

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Ngwane V (also known as Mahlokohla, Bhunu, Hhili) was the King of Swaziland from 1895 until his death on 10 December 1899.wikipedia
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Eswatini

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Ngwane V (also known as Mahlokohla, Bhunu, Hhili) was the King of Swaziland from 1895 until his death on 10 December 1899.
This continued under the rule of Ngwane V until the outbreak of the Second Boer War in October 1899.

Mbandzeni

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born the son of Mbandzeni and his mother Labotsibeni Mdluli. Ingwenyama Ngwane was born in 1876 to King Mbandzeni and inkhosikati Labotsibeni.
Mahlokohla and his wife Queen Labotsibeni Mdluli after a 5 year regency of Queen

Sobhuza II

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four-month-old son Nkhotfotjeni and his wife Lomawa Ndwandwe.
Sobhuza was born on 22 July 1899 at Zombodze Royal Residence, the son of Inkhosikati Lomawa Ndwandwe and King Ngwane V.

Lomawa Ndwandwe

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four-month-old son Nkhotfotjeni and his wife Lomawa Ndwandwe.
laNgolotsheni (Lomawa) Ndwandwe (died September 1938) was the Ndlovukati (Queen Mother) of Swaziland, the wife of King Ngwane V, and the mother of King Sobhuza II.

Mswati II

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who was a governor under Mswati II and was given the name Tsibeni while fighting the Tsibeni people in present-day Barberton.
The indvuna of Hhohho was Matsafeni Mdluli fourth, brother of Labotsibeni, who later became the mother of Ngwane V.

Labotsibeni Mdluli

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born the son of Mbandzeni and his mother Labotsibeni Mdluli.

Paul Kruger

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which was then led by President Paul Kruger.

Swazi people

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The Dutch or European for European interests and Ngwane as head and authority of the Swazi nation.

Incwala

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died on 10 December of that year while dancing incwala.

Mbabane

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Today Mahlokohla is named for one of the main streets, Mahlokohla Street in Swaziland's capital Mbabane.

Colony of Natal

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He first fled to Zululand which was under British Natal administration at the time.

Manzini, Eswatini

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which he was tried in court in Bremersdorp (present day Manzini).

British Empire

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In 1899 war broke out between the British and the Boer Republics of Transvaal and the

South African Republic

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In 1899 war broke out between the British and the Boer Republics of Transvaal and the This had led to the classification of Swaziland as a protected state of the South African Republic

Orange Free State

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Orange Free State.

Ngwenyama

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Ingwenyama Ngwane was born in 1876 to King Mbandzeni and inkhosikati Labotsibeni.

Tibati Nkambule of Swaziland

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He ascended to the throne after a short regency of Queen Mother Tibati Nkambule.

House of Dlamini

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History of Eswatini

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This continued under the rule of Ngwane V until the outbreak of the Second Boer War in October 1899.

Politics of Eswatini

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In Sobhuza II's case, his grandmother the Ndlovukati Labotsibeni Mdluli was regent from his choice as infant heir in 1899 following the death of his father Bhunu until his accession to full authority in 1922, when his mother Lomawa Ndwandwe became the ndlovukati.

Nukwase Ndwandwe

King Ngwane V died in 1899, during Ndwandwe's childhood.